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Comment 10 Apr 2015

Only thing garbage are these piss poor articles with no facts, merely opinions.

"The ingredients in energy drinks are NOT regulated by the Food and Drug Administration, and contain artificial ingredients and stimulants. Last I checked, these particular foods are not considered to be a part of a “healthy” meal plan!" - NO SUPPLEMENTS IN THE WORLD ARE FDA APPROVED!!!!

The Cleanse is a "Glorified Laxative." HAHAHA False!!! It is in fact NOT a Colon Cleanse. Actually, there is no need to crap yourself or feeling of "Omg, im going to shit myself."

"24 Day challenge to get Skinny in 24 Days!!" That is my favorite one...They don't claim that, not once, not ever. It merely jump starts the body.

Thank you for sharing an article from some dumb woman with 54 followers and writing about 1 person and their experience. I will need better than this.

If the products are not dissolving in water, then learn how to shake it up better.

Advocare also states the Spark drink is for 18+

Also thanks for sharing an article from 2005. Things and policies change over the course of years, including testing and creation.

Comment 10 Apr 2015

That sir, was a former Buckeye. Again, why don't you research. Slimy company? Are you a natural born idiot? 

Due tell me how they are slimy? You can have an opinion but my God, please bring some actual facts to it. I mean, if looking foolish is your gig then by all means, continue. I needed a good chuckle this morning. 

Comment 09 Apr 2015

Do you research any of this? Seriously? The NCAA cannot "Fine the company" because Braxton, BROKE AN ADVOCARE RULE!!!!!!

They, Advocare, did not manipulate anyone, AdvoCare did not contact Braxton Miller. Do you know someone associated with the Buckeyes is a AdvoCare Distributor and Braxton signed up under that person. This has been going on for years. Everything you just said only proves you don't research nor do you know anything about AdvoCare. 

NCAA Recommendations AdvoCare products and the AdvoCare opportunity are available to both athletes and coaches involved in NCAA sports. However, it is very important that both NCAA student-athletes and coaches completely understand the rules that govern them. The following information is our recommendation for those governed by NCAA Bylaws. Please note that AdvoCare is not responsible for violations of NCAA rules and that NCAA sanctions can result if NCAA rules are broken. Thus, all parties concerned should have a good understanding of the NCAA rules and consult their institution’s designated athletics department resource individual for any questions on NCAA Bylaws. Athletes Coaches Use of photos of themselves on an AdvoCare Microsite, Facebook, Twitter, personal website or any other place where AdvoCare is mentioned. No Yes. However, coaches should NOT be wearing any school licensed sportswear. Personal testimonials about AdvoCare or AdvoCare products. No Yes AdvoCare Microsites linked to a personal Facebook, Twitter, or other website. No No Use of name on an AdvoCare Microsite. No, use the phrase “AdvoCare Independent Distributor” in place of your name Yes Sale of AdvoCare products to current NCAA athletes. Yes No Sample AdvoCare products to a coach or a fellow athlete. Yes Maybe. A coach should NOT give a sample of a non-permissible product to an athlete. Purchase AdvoCare products from others. Yes, but only from a Distributor who is not associated with the school. Or, an athlete may become a Distributor. Yes, but only from Distributors who are not athletes on their athletic team. Sponsor current athletes as a Distributor. Yes No Sponsor other college coaches as a Distributor. No Yes Place NCAA athletes anywhere in their downline organization Yes No Sale of products from a former NCAA athlete to a current NCAA athlete. Yes, but only at retail price. No discount can be used. N/A Volunteer Coaching Staff: Please note that the rules located above for coaches also apply to volunteer coaching staff. Booster Clubs: Note that Booster Clubs in of themselves CANNOT be Distributors. Booster clubs can purchase product and give product to other booster club members, but booster clubs cannot resell products or give them to coaches or athletes. An individual member of a booster club who is also a Distributor MAY sell product to coaches or athletes. *Disclaimer: always check with your school NCAA official to ensure compliance with NCAA rules. These are only recommendations and AdvoCare is not responsible for NCAA rule violations or any loss of future profits that may result from NCAA sanctions. Applicable Rules NCAA Bylaw 12.4.4 Self-employment. A student-athlete may establish his or her own business, provided the student athlete’s name, photograph, appearance or athletics reputation are not used to promote the business. NCAA Bylaw Advertisements and Promotions After Becoming a Student-Athlete. After becoming a student-athlete, an individual shall not be eligible for participation in intercollegiate athletics if the individual: (a) Accepts any remuneration for or permits the use of his or her name or picture to advertise, recommend or promote directly the sale or use of a commercial product or service of any kind; or (b) Receives remuneration for endorsing a commercial product or service through the individual’s use of such product or service. NCAA Bylaw 16.01.1 Eligibility effect of Violation. A student-athlete shall not receive any extra benefit. Receipt by a student-athlete of an award, benefit or expense allowance not authorized by NCAA legislation renders the student-athlete ineligible for athletics competition in the sport for which the improper award, benefit or expense was received. If the student-athlete receives an extra benefit not authorized by NCAA legislation, the individual is ineligible in all sports. NCAA Bylaw Other Prohibited Benefits. An institutional employee or representative of the institution’s athletics interests may not provide a student-athlete with extra benefits or services[.]

Comment 09 Apr 2015

Yep, how did you guess? ;)

I am a Gold distributor, it was a nice 38,000 dollar raise per year. Supplements are far from mediocre. They are created and tested by 9 of the best doctors in the world, again, ignorance is showing :) No one hopes to get rich quick, It took me 11 months to get to Gold. 1 Doctor is a Buckeye and another doctor on the Sports Advisory board for Advocare.

Eric Lichter
member since 2009 “Serving on the AdvoCare Sports Advisory Board is a great opportunity for me to gain access to the latest research and science involving sports nutrition and supplementation as well as collaborate with some of the sharpest and most respected professionals in the field of human performance.”

- Former Director of Football Performance for The Ohio State University
- NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
- NASM Certified Personal Trainer
- Personal Trainer and consultant for more than 45 current professional football and basketball players, including 13 first-round and five Top 10 selection

William Kraemer Ph.D., FACSM, CSCS, FNSCA
Professor of Human Sciences, The Ohio State University.


- Fellow, American College of Sports Medicine
- NSCA Fellow, Outstanding Sports Scientist Award, Lifetime Achievement Award, First Educator of the Year Award
- NSCA Named Award "William J. Kraemer Outstanding Sports Scientist Award"
- University of Connecticut Research Medal
- UConn Alumni Association Faculty Research Excellence Award
- Fellow, National Strength and Conditioning Association
- Fellow, American College of Nutrition
- Fellow, International Society of Sports Nutrition
- Medallion, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

Published Works

- More than 450 peer-reviewed scientific manuscripts related to sports medicine, exercise, sports science and sports nutrition
- Over 100 book chapters, author of ten books

Mediocre, LMAO!

Comment 25 Mar 2015

God, so many misinformed people on here today! 

Sorry to break it to you but AdvoCare is a Billion Dollar company, projected to surpass Nike in 2016. Its a house hold name. Braxton broke a AdvoCare Rule! 

Reminder: There are VERY strict compliance rules for NCAA student-athletes. Our policies on student-athletes or coaches as Distributors are clearly stated on your microsite (https://www.advocare.com/microsite/…/NCAArecommendations.pdf) and I recommend you familiarize yourself with them

Comment 25 Mar 2015

Trashy Company? Please do me a favor and get informed. 

First of all the NCAA has partnered with AdvoCare. Second, Braxton broke a rule put in place by AdvoCare, Reminder: There are VERY strict compliance rules for NCAA student-athletes. Our policies on student-athletes or coaches as Distributors are clearly stated on your microsite (https://www.advocare.com/microsite/…/NCAArecommendations.pdf) and I recommend you familiarize yourself with them before you call it a Trashy Company. This is on Braxton Miller. He didn't get tricked into anything. 

In fact, Nate Oliver is the one who ended up informing him, which is why all the posts were removed. 

Comment 25 Mar 2015

they don't need free Advertising. They are the official sponsor of the MLS, its stamped all over their sidelines. Drew Brees is the National Spokes person. College Football had the Advocare Bowl to kick off the season. They have commercials on ESPN. They don't need Braxton to give them free Advertising.

Its a household name and they are a billion dollar company and in fact projected to surpass Nike by 2016.

Comment 25 Mar 2015

Correct, thats why my AdvoCare is a Plan B Income. I honestly thought it was a joke for the longest time, then I got desperate, I am now a silver pin, still work my crappy job but I have met a large amount of people who truly are making 50K+ Per month.....I didn't believe it until they showed me their paycheck. I would hope no one ever quit there job for AdvoCare until they are consistently making money like that.

The extra $1000 I am getting a month is huge for my daughter and I.

Comment 25 Mar 2015

Absolutely Healthy, I drink 2-3 Sparks a day, I don't do Meal Shakes every single day, lets face it, thats boring, but if I want to up my Protein Intake I will drink a Meal Shake for Breakfast, if I am in a hurry , I mostly drink my Muscle Gain for the 25g of Protein and toss some PB2 in there.

Comment 11 Jan 2015

I believe I mentioned Beck on December 23rd. 

My source delivers. Im good with this hire, would have preferred Sanford but as always....I trust in Urban! 

Comment 04 Jan 2015

Little bit of info on Mike. 


Comment 23 Dec 2014

I don't want to sound like everyone who has their "Sources" but I have my "sources" lol.

I'd rather not mention it on the sight and ruin the fact that I am close to such information or get anyone in trouble.